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H expert,

I am viewing online videos of ActionScript tutorials training from HERE. It helps to Learn easily.

But my internet connection is poor in speed. So the videos are buffering when I am watching online.

When am trying to download the video its unable.

Please suggest some ideas to solve this problem.

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Answered By 70 points N/A #170860

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Hi, Alison.

First of all, be sure you have recommended requirements so You can be user. It means you should have minimum screen resolution of 1024×768. It is recommended you can use players such as Apple QuickTime 7.5, Microsoft Windows Media Player 10 and Adobe Flash Player 9 or QuickTime 7.5.5 with Safari for Mac. 

Your browser must be Internet Explorer 7.0 (but the 64-bit Internet Explorer 7.0 is not supported), Firefox 3.0, Safari 4.1.2 and Google Chrome 11.0. Also should know that JavaScript and cookies must be enabled. At the speaking of Operating system you should have Windows XP SP3 or Mac OS X 10.4.11.

Now, let's see about this buffering problem. First, check Your Internet connection. You need an Internet connection with sufficient bandwidth and most lynda videos work best with a downstream bandwidth of at least 1 Mbps. If You have problems with buffering always not only with videos Your problem can be slow connection or viruses. 

If it's not the problem try waiting until an entire video buffer and You should be able to watch it without any interruptions. You can also try this (although needs your patience but must try everything if You want to solve Your problem). Try changing buffer rate. 

You can do it in a way so that You right click on the top of media player and select Tools-Options-Performance. Change Preferences to a lower speed setting. It will make You wait longer until the video starts but that should will save You from buffering during the video.

Hope you'll figure out the problem.

Good luck.

Answered By 30 points N/A #170861

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Hello Alison,

I personally think this is due to your slow internet download speed.

After you check that you have everything in the previous post you may try using this.

I have been using Internet Download manager for years now and it has worked like a charm,

I hope it also serves your purpose well.

They have a trial version you can try out.


Luz M Terry

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